Root Canal Mysteries
Accessory and narrow canals, abnormal root anatomies, and much more
The lecture will focus on teeth with challenging radicular anatomy.
We will learn to identify the morphology of the tooth and the anatomy of the root canals, using a microscope, X-ray and CBCT imaging. Then, we will discuss the endodontic preparation of irregular canals and the manual and rotary equipment suitable for each case scenario. A protocol of safe endodontic preparation will be provided in the lecture’s finale
Dr. Nelly Steinbock is a board-certified endodontist and senior instructor of the Postgraduate Program in Endodontics, Department of Endodontics, Rambam Medical Care Campus, Haifa, Israel.
Dr. Steinbock graduated cum laude (1990) with a D.M.D. degree, from the Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Dental Medicine, and in 2004 graduated from the postgraduate program in Endodontology at the Tel – Aviv University School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Steinbock is a well-known lecturer in Endodontics, in Israel and internationally. She serves as an examiner in the Israeli Board of Endodontics at the Scientific Council of the Israeli Dental Association. She is a member of the Israeli and European Associations of Endodontics; of the Alpha-Omega International Dental Fraternity, USA; and of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR).
Dr Steinbock’s research interests include trauma to the young dentition, treatment of internal and external resorption, revascularization (revitalization), and surgical retrograde root canal treatment.
Dr. Steinbock is the owner of Endo Academy – a private academy for courses and hands-on training in endodontics, located in Haifa, Israel
Dr. Steinbock’s private practice in Haifa is limited to Endodontics and dental traumatology.